Rabbits are a curious breed. One minute you have two bunnies, and the next thing you know, you have dozens. It’s funny how those things work. It truly lets you know that every bunny needs some bunny sometimes.

It turns out that the concept of breeding rabbits isn’t quite like other tasks. There’s really no need for a human to get involved. Rabbits will take care of everything they need on their own. It’s probably for the best.

Don’t worry be hoppy.

Not everything can be done on its own. Nature won’t provide us with everything. While it can manage to provide us with more bunnies than we’ll ever need, we do need to do things ourselves periodically. We also need to know when we can’t do it ourselves so we can ask for help on occasion. You know, like when you need a pole barn.

Buckle in for this one, as puns are running rampant; the dad jokes are even worse.

Throughout Sherman Country, everyone seems to be looking for that unique experience. Some will breed chickens so that they never have to go to the store to buy eggs ever again. Others try to breed racing deer just to make a quick buck.



Down the Rabbit Hole We Go…

Give a man an egg, and he’ll eat for a day. Breed a man that can lay an egg, and suddenly you’re taking science too far.

You probably thought we were going to say that we could teach the man how to breed chickens so that he’d always have eggs, right? Where’s the fun in that?

It’s important to know how far is too far. We’re all looking for the next big thing. Sometimes, though, we get so carried away with what we can do to ask whether we should do it at all.

No one wants to see a man lay an egg. Okay, maybe some of us do, but that’s beside the point. There are entire movies dedicated to things that science is capable of doing that should never be done.

What did the bunny say to the carrot? Its been nice gnawing you.

We’ve got scientists talking about being able to create a real-life Jurassic Park. Other scientists are trying to create meat inside laboratories. And some are even messing with our beer just to say that they can genetically modify it. I do not always drink beer, but when I do, I prefer one with lots of hops. They can keep the gene pool out of my IPA, thank you very much.

Let’s be clear. We didn’t ask for any of this. We don’t want any of it, either.

At Sherman Buildings, we know when we’ve gone too far. Typically, we like to ride the line between what is and isn’t acceptable. If you’ve ever driven through Sherman Country, you’ve likely seen our “Quality Erections” billboards. That’s not going too far, is it? For some, sure. But it’s not release T-Rexes into society level far, so we have that going for us.

We like to take our time to figure out what people want. It’s why we have over 40 years of expert craftsmanship under our belt. We talk to people to find out what they want out of a custom pole barn so that we can deliver what they want.

If only scientists would do the same. We could have some really cool X-Men-level abilities by now. But no, they don’t ask us what we want. Instead, they give us tofu that tastes like bacon and mice that can grow human ears.

Rabbit Ears

I Found the Key to Happiness

The key to happiness is to surround yourself with animals and stay away from idiots.

Animals have the ability to be empathetic. They know how to comfort us when we’re sad, regulate our blood pressure, and simply make our lives better. All we have to do is talk to them and touch them.

It has been said that until one has loved an animal, a part of one’s soul remains unawakened.

Everyone needs a friend who is all ears.

Even if an animal does something wrong, we practice forgiveness. Why? Because their imperfections are what become so endearing to us. If we can forgive our dog or cat or rabbit, can’t we forgive humans, too?


Have you ever been interrupted at the wrong time?

“I don’t think — ” Before Alice can even say what she’s thinking, the Mad Hatter interrupts her with “Then you shouldn’t talk.”

Animals would never do that to us. It’s why it’s easier to just ignore the idiots in life and surround ourselves with animals. What animal you choose is entirely up to you. I am a dog person, but there are quite a few arguments for having bunnies around. However, with a few bunnies will come many bunnies. They are low maintenance in comparison to dogs and cats, and if you are short on space, they can be the better option.

You might not want to get a white rabbit, though. They could be a constant source of stress for you, especially if they’re anything like the one in Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland. Do you really need to hear “Oh dear! Oh dear! I shall be too late!” several times a day?


Curious? Curiouser?

It’s as if the Cheshire Cat has met the team at Sherman Pole Buildings when he announced, “We’re all mad here.” It takes a bit of lunacy to do what we do. However, we also believe that the most wasted of all days are the ones without laughter. As such, we joke and have a good time while we work to build the most amazing pole barns on the market.

Things get curiouser and curiouser as you learn about what kind of pole barn we can build for you. Once you have a plot of land in Kansas, Minnesota, or Wisconsin, we can create a steel building that is capable of withstanding all the elements. More importantly, we personalize the design to meet all of your needs.

Whether the building is to be a barn, a holder of bunnies, a man cave, an ag building, or even a barndominium, we can take care of the details. Contact us today to find out more about our quality erections and how we operate.